"Today we’ll look at the range of AlloyGator colours you can choose from for your wheels.
There are 15 colours to choose from, and l think they probably fall into 3 main categories, although which category they’re in is a bit subjective, and they can also be in more that 1 category, but l’ll explain…."
What Colour Alloy Gator Can Be Fitted On My Vehicle?
There are 15 colours to choose from, and l think they probably fall into 3 main categories, although which category they’re in is a bit subjective, and they can also be in more that 1 category, but l’ll explain….
The 3 categories l would say are subtle, stylish and stand out
First the subtle colours are silver, black, and titanium, which are very discrete and on silver, grey or black wheels are barely visible, and the black blends in with the tyre.
In my opinion, the black will make the wheel look a little smaller, whereas a silver or grey will make the wheel look a little larger, but this is obviously a personal opinion.
Now what l call the stylish colours, are the ones that match the colour of the vehicle to colour co-ordinate your look, so they’re the colours like red, light blue, dark blue, white, bronze and gold.
The third category are the stand out colours that contrast with the wheels and the body colour, and really draw your eyes to the wheels, they’re the colours like lime green, orange, pink, yellow, purple and glow in the dark.
But you could also include some of the other colours like red, the 2 blues and even white to contrast and stand out.
Deciding on which colour to go for is personal taste, and there isn’t a right or wrong choice you can make, just like choosing clothes or a new pair of shoes.
To help you choose, AlloyGator have a colour selector on their website & here's a link so you can go and have a play to help you pick a colour to suit you.
So to summarise, there are AlloyGator 15 colours available, which are silver, black, titanium, red, white, light blue, dark blue, yellow, orange, lime green, purple, gold, bronze, pink, orange and not forgetting glow in the dark.
In the next video we’ll discuss whether AlloyGator can be fitted to any vehicle, so l’ll see you on the next one.
Bye for now